350NJ-Rockland is the local, all-volunteer chapter of 350.org, operating in New Jersey and Rockland County, NY.
Here is info about some of what we’ve been doing recently and over the past years!
Ted Glick and Sam DiFalco of 350NJ-Rockland walked 5 days and a total of 50 miles along with other climate activists to try to get Governor Murphy to stop plans for several new fossil fuel projects in the Garden State. Click here for an NBC segment covering this event. (More...)
On July 23rd, 2022, activists from various organizations including 350NJ-Rockland went to Rehoboth Beach, Delaware to protest plans to build 2 liquid natural gas export terminals along the Delaware River in Chester, PA and Gibbstown, NJ. It was organized by Food and Water Watch, Chester Residents Concerned for Quality Living and the Louisiana Bucket Brigade. (More...)
Despite being a rainy day, on June 23rd, 2022 over 200 people rallied in Trenton and walked to the NJ State House calling on Governor Murphy to cancel 7 new fossil fuel projects waiting to be approved. 350NJ-Rockland members and supporters were there to support the cause. Speakers, musicians and singers from all over the (More...)
350NJ-Rockland was represented at the June 18th, 2022 Poor Peoples Campaign March in Washington D.C. Thousands came from all over the United States answering the call for a “Moral Revival” and the building of a “Movement to Reconstruct American Democracy”. Speakers and music from a large stage magnified by huge screens carried messages from many (More...)
350NJ-Rockland participated in Highland Park’s Earth Day Festival. We had a table with information and various petitions. It was really good to get out there and start talking to people in person for the first time in a while. (More...)
On April 4th, 2022, People’s Organization for Progress and many other groups sponsored a Newark, NJ day of remembrance for Dr. Martin Luther King. He was assassinated on this day in 1968. Many speeches and signs included calls for an end to racism and war, for securing voting rights, equality, justice for people persecuted and (More...)
Led by a small army of inspiring youth, roughly 2,000 people marched across the Brooklyn Bridge to Foley Square on March 25, 2022 as part of the worldwide Fridays For Future climate strike. Fridays For Future derives its roots from teen climate hero Greta Thunberg. 350 New Jersey-Rockland was there supporting our next generation of (More...)
350NJ-Rockland supporters participated in a vigil sponsored by NJ Peace Action in Montclair to stop the war against Ukraine. Many passing cars honked in support. Fossil fuel reserves are often located in non-democratic countries such as Russia, Saudi Arabia, Venezuela…etc. Switching from fossil fuels to renewables is not only better for the environment, but it (More...)
Members of 350NJ-Rockland rallied in solidarity with the Ironbound community of Newark at the March For Clean Air! Stop Dumping on Newark to urge Governor Murphy to say NO to the Aries sludge plant and NO to the PVSC fracked gas power plant! What: March For Clean Air! Stop Dumping on Newark Where: Sharpe (More...)
Ted Glick, 350NJ-Rocklant President spoke at the Climate Action Now rally in Montclair, NJ on November 6th, 2021, during COP26, the United Nation’s Climate Conference in Glasgow, Scotland. Later in the event 350NJ-Rockland Steering Group Member, Jane Califf joined Ted at the literature and spoke with attendees of the rally. (More...)